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September 10, 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 10, 2019. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2019.

Book Review

Revenge of a Queen

by John M. Murray

"Revenge of a Queen" is a character-driven medieval fantasy focused on love and political intrigue. In Charlene Sponsel’s intense coming-of-age fantasy "Revenge of a Queen", a romance set in a medieval realm is tinged with magic. Cam... Read More

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Zen in Japanese Culture

by Matt Sutherland

The beeping, flashing, vibrating distractions of technology; densely populated city centers; brash displays of wealth and power among the elites; and societal inequality: such is life in the twenty-first century. Whether modern... Read More

Book Review

What Is a Girl Worth?

by Karen Rigby

Rachael Denhollander was the first survivor to expose Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse and the last to give a victim impact statement regarding his serial molestation. Her "What Is a Girl Worth?" is a mature, resolute Christian memoir that... Read More

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How to Be Remy Cameron

by Laura Leavitt

Teen drama and the ups and downs of being gay and out in high school dominate Julian Winters’s heartfelt young adult novel How to Be Remy Cameron. Remy—who’s a teenager, gay, adopted, and black—has been assigned an AP English... Read More

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The Star Shepherd

by Vivian Turnbull

In Dan Haring and MarcyKate Connolly’s fantasy novel with elements of a mystery and a touch of magic, "The Star Shepherd", a boy races to save the stars before their light is forever extinguished. Ever since Kyro’s mother died, his... Read More

Book Review

The Silver Wind

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Nina Allan’s "The Silver Wind" is a twisting, haunting work of speculative fantasy, pulsing with the dull ache of a fading dream and intoxicating its audience with disorienting what-ifs. When Owen, a clockmaker’s apprentice, is... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

Jennifer Croft’s "Homesick" is a tender, disturbing memoir of sisterly love that penetrates the insular world of childhood to reveal its secrets, loyalties, and fears. Croft, an author and translator by profession, proves fascinated... Read More